Learning Preferences. The idea behind such a notion seems to be something that everyone can agree upon, and yet, there are varying views – those who say “it does not exist”, and those who say it “does exist”. Then there are those who say learning styles do not exist, and again, a different camp.
At one time, you were fine to be in either camp and while people may not agree with your respected camp, they did not go out of their way to make it so prominent to the extent that anyone who disagrees is flat out wrong.
Nowadays though, and perhaps it is an extension of the world outside of L&D and Training, that if you disagree you are placed into a hole of ignorance.
Start – Time Travel back to Learning the old way
I am a believer of learning preferences, and have made no secret of that.